Sometimes the shifter fork squeeks where it meets the slave cylinder and is easy to lube by pulling back the rubber boot. Sometimes the shifter fork squeeks on it's pivot. If you are good, you can lube it with Lithium grease from a spray can. Other times the release bearing squeeks on the input shaft because the grease has hardened.
spot # 1-pivot point between clutch fork and where it attaches to the tranny
spot#2-pivot point between clutch fork and slave cylinder
spot#3-release bearing squeeking as it moves along the input shaft
#2 is easy to lube, the othere require tranny removal.
why take it to honda when we can figure it out outselves? its no big deal the squeak is in all cars with clutches over time.JohnThePalm said:My 2002 civic has the same squeaking sound when I step on the clutch. It is squeaking only when it is hot (not the car, but the temperature) and the sound comes from the clutch pedal (interior of the car). I brought my car to Honda and they changed the clutch cylinder. So my advise : bring your car to Honda if it is still on the warranty. Don't try to figure it out by yourself, it takes only a 30 minutes diagnostic for them to found the problem.